President Michael D Higgins is in "excellent spirits", despite spending the night at a Dublin hospital.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has said that holidaymakers are to face increased air fares in the Summer due to the lack of planes.
The male strippers who caused a major stir in Belfast last weekend, have said that mobile phones will be banned at future events.
Siún Ní Raghallaigh has resigned as chairperson of the RTÉ board, describing her position as "no longer tenable".
Jobs Expo Galway, the county's leading jobs and careers fair will return with opportunities from 20 of the West of Ireland's leading employers at the Galmont Hotel this weekend.
Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind have issued an appeal for volunteers to raise puppies, to help them become guide and assistance dogs.
Met Éireann have predicted cold weather for this week, with the possibility of sleet and snow for parts of the country.
Following his victory at the BAFTA Film awards last night, Cillian Murphy described himself as a "really proud Irishman".
US President Joe Biden has urged the American public to support his call to Congress to ban assault weapons, amid a major shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory rally.
The funeral of six year old boy Matthew Healy will take place in Cork today.
The devastated family of six year old boy Matthew Healy have said that they are praying that that he will "fly with the angels".